Picasso Moon, Jack A Roe, It's All Over Now, High Time*, If The Shoe Fits, Lazy River Road, Easy Answers, Deal Eyes Of The World-> Women Are Smarter-> Samba In The Rain-> He's Gone-> Jam-> Jerry & drummers-> Jerry-> Jam-> (Jerry left for a little bit, then came back out), China Doll**-> Sugar Magnolia, E: Lucy in the Sky
Set 2 only; SBD > ?> C4> CD> SHN via Billy Schools encoded by Peter Braverman
October 11, 2019 Subject:
25 years ago today....
4th row center...... Pretty much as I remember it.... First set was Jerry compensating for a weak Bobby and Phil tune selection [Picasso Moon and Easy Answers?!?!?! And If the Shoe Fits] by having a good deal of energy all set. Great Jack-a-Ro and High Time.... solid Deal.... Second Set was forgettable.... Long but weak Eyes.... Jerry would pop in here and there, but lots of empty spaces.... Women R Smarter was a bit better, with Jerry waving Bobby off a couple times.... Forgettable Sambe, as usual.... though I wonder what late 70's through 1990 Jerry could have done with the tune.... Nice He's Gone.....Not sure why Jerry stayed on stage for the drums since his noodling was nothing more than noodling.... China Doll was sweet, per usual... and the Sugar Mag was robotic.... Boston a week or so prior was a far better version..... And then the train wreck encore...... At the end of the day, a good time with folks I've now known for 42 years.... Some flashes of brilliance.... and some warning signs of what was to come.....
October 11, 2015 Subject:
If you're* going to take time to put asterisks** next to sings, please include the reason! Thank you
July 7, 2008 Subject:
Not so great of the three
After having seen the first two nights - my friends and I were apprehensive about staying for the third show. I suppose the highlight for me in the final and weakest night of the run would have to be chinadoll, even though it was played at a pace that I feel is undeserving of such a wonderful, old ballad such as Chinadoll.
This tune was a staple in the 70's and while Donna may not have done a few versions much justice, this rapid, hurried sounding version just seems to be squeezed out with little enthusiasm coming out of space and follwed by only one more song to end the set. So with mixed emotions, it was great to hear, but not great to hear.
On a lighter note, I do appreciate good sounding renditions of my old favorite shows. Previous audience recordings of this particular run of shows that i have heard just simply were not of good enough quality to fully enjoy the rememberence. So thanks guys for putting up these wonderful sounding shows for us to enjoy.
Also, check out the high times on this particular night. You hear the boys talkin about a cheat sheet=)
-let the good times roll
March 11, 2008 Subject:
Last China Doll
Poor Jerry sounds tired, but still beautiful...its only fractured, and just a little nervous from the fall.
March 7, 2008 Subject:
Not SBD, Barely worth listening to
I like the show, but I hate listening to low quality recordings. I'm spoiled with all soundboard music now-a-days. I just got tired of listening to GD bootlegs! I found this recording to be very hissy and bassy.
April 11, 2007 Subject:
agreed - not a SBD recording. still take a listen, the Eyes as the second set opener is always a treat.
September 11, 2006 Subject:
This recording is most likely not a SBD. Listen to the crowd roar when Jerry starts to 1st verse of Eyes. Someone could probably make a fair argument for this being a matrix recording, but a straight SBD? No Way. In my opinion, this is the problem with this new archive/GD thing with SBD's. If a show gets uploaded wrongly as a SBD, then it can't be downloaded. The opposite issue is also true if a SBD gets uploaded as an AUD. I don't know who monitors this, but I am pretty sure that with the multitude of things being uploaded daily, that the archive folks don't have time to make these judgement calls. Oh Well.
March 19, 2006 Subject:
This is set 2 only
Not the whole show
3 out of 5
July 10, 2005 Subject:
sure this is a sbd
personaly i dont care either way still its nice anyhow words cant describe a dead show so iam not gonna try beautifuly played material this night
October 11, 2004 Subject:
Looking for a hidden gem?
This is a real nice show. I was at these USAir (forever the Cap Centre to me) shows. This is my favorite night of the three. Really well played with some good energy and a fantastic song selection.
As for the recording, top notch. I have not checked out the aud with the first set, but this board is nice.